Modern Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future. It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.
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INDICATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT:
- Osteochondrosis (spondylosis) of the spine, including complicated by the intervertebral disks herniation, Schmorl’s nodule;
- Frozen shoulder, shoulder and shoulder blade pain, habitual dislocation of the shoulder joint;
- “Tennis-player’s elbow” (impairment of the elbow joint);
- Dysplastic coxarthrosis of 0-II degree (aseptic necrosis of the hip joint);
- Gonoartrit (knee joint arthrosis);
- Chronic prostatitis, chronic adnexitis, impotence, chronic hemorrhoids, irritable bowel syndrome;
- Overweight, cellulite, internal organs prolapse;
- Headaches, dizziness, sleep disorder, asthenoneurotic states
- Psychosomatic depression.
- ischemic stroke, myocardial infarction, coronary artery bypass surgery;
- compression fracture of the spine;
- hip and knee joints endoprosthesis replacement;
- surgical interventions on the spine and internal organs.
- ischemic heart disease;
- external respiratory disease, bronchial asthma;
- Varicose veins;
- Postural disorder (scoliosis, kyphosis);
- diseases of internal organs, urogenital system (gastritis, pancreatitis, prostatitis, colitis, adnexitis);
- menopause, infertility;
- prevention of pain in the lower back, overweight and varicose veins in pregnant women and during postnatal period.
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